St. Michael and All Angels Anglican Church is a loving community that serves and worships God.
We acknowledge with gratitude that we worship on the traditional unceded territory of the Lheidli T’enneh-‘people from where the rivers flow together- the rivers being the Nee Incha Koh (river with strong undercurrents)and the Ltha koh (big mouth river.)
We are a community of believers and seekers. We believe God finds us where we are, and loves us as we are. We believe He made us who we are, regardless of where we were born, the colour of our skin, our sexual orientation or gender, what we have done in our lives, or who we love. We strive to look outward. Our mission is to be a church that welcomes and serves all people in love – a church for all people.
The original church of St. Michael and All Angels
ca. 1920. (Source: BC Archives)
The Five Marks of Mission
WE proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom
WE teach, baptize and nurture new believers
WE respond to human need by loving service
WE seek to transform unjust structures of society,
to challenge violence of every kind and to pursue peace and reconciliation
WE strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth
A Brief History
The first Anglican church was established in Prince George (then called Fort George,) in 1911. St Michael and All Angels church was officially dedicated in 1918. We have been a part of Prince George for over 100 years, and proudly serve this community as the only active church in the heart of downtown Prince George. Read more about our history…
BUT WHERE DO I FIT IN?
You fit in right here. Here’s why.
…is just that – past. Your past doesn’t matter here. We are a community of flawed, imperfect people, trying to make our lives right before God. We are just like you.
LIFE IS HARD…
We know. But life is so much easier when there are people walking beside you. Here, there will always be a community of people to walk through life with.
YOU HAVE VALUE…
Value beyond understanding. You were made with a purpose. Find your purpose in this church, making a difference in the world, and a difference in your life.